- Kings of Joburg and Queen Sono are Mzansi Netflix productions that have divided the Twitter streets
- Television fans in South Africa have been debating which show is better between the two productions
- There were differing opinions on both shows and fans could not agree on the same stance
The Mzansi television industry has branched into Netflix over the last few years and a few good shows have been produced. Right now, the Mzansi Twitter timeline is divided over two South African shows, Kings of Joburg and Queen Sono.
Kings of Joburg was released towards the end of 2020 and is produced by Ferguson Films. The show features a star-studded cast of Zolisa Xaluva, Shona Ferguson, Thembi Seete and the Khoza brothers to name a few.
On the other hand, Queen Sono was released earlier in 2020 and has Pearl Thusi as the lead. Generations: The Legacy star Vuyo Dabula also features in the cast.
Mzansi social media users have been debating which show is better on Twitter. Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions online. Take a look at the reactions below:
"Kings of Joburg story line is trash. Too messy nje. They just had some of the best actors. It’s Drama then SciFi then Horror nyana so."
"Queen Sono had a good storyline and it was clear. It was drama all the way. Kings of Joburg was too messy there were too many things that didn't make sense as it wasn't so clear it was from drama then to science fiction."
"We cannot even compare the two. Kings of Joburg is way better!"
"Kings of Joburg was bad but people will say it was nice compared to Queen Sono because they hate Pearl."
"They're both trash."
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly.co.za reported that the petition to bring back Pearl Thusi's Queen Sono is in full swing. A petition to bring back Pearl Thusi's Queen Sono is in full swing. The fans of the show want Netflix to continue with the production of Season 2 of the show.
The first African original series features actors such as Pearl, Vuyo Dabula, Loyiso Madinga, among many other Mzansi stars. The dope show was created and directed by Kagiso Lediga.
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Source: Briefly News